Pauline Schultz

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Pauline L. Schultz (June 7, 1915 – October 30, 2011)[1] is an archivist and writer on Wyoming history. She also founded the Salt Creek Oil Field Museum in 1980.[2]

Schultz received one of the 2007 National Humanities Medals. [3][4] The award cited her for "stewardship of a precious trove of local historical knowledge. She has been a collector and curator of facts and artifacts that capture a century of human experience on Wyoming’s high plains."[5]

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  1. ^ "Pauline Lois Schultz". legacyfuneralhome. Retrieved 17 October 2013. 
  2. ^ Watts, James D., Jr. (2007-11-18). "National Humanities Medal recipient had advice for Bush". Tulsa World. 
  3. ^ Mirhadi, David (2007-11-26). "Preserving a legacy". Casper Star-Tribune. 
  4. ^ "6 Academics Receive National Honors in Arts and Humanities". Chronicle of Higher Education. 2007-11-16. 
  5. ^ "NEH News Archive". 

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